An Imperative of Compassion

As nations and governments close borders and answer the cries of the vulnerable with fear and anger, MTW missionaries around the world are responding with the love of Christ, working with and through local churches to address the needs of refugees everywhere.

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International Students Train in U.S. for Ministry in Home Countries

In the absence of strong, well-taught leaders, young Nepalese Christians are sometimes led astray by false teachers. This leadership vacuum gave Joshua a heart for training more leaders for ministry in Nepal.

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How Will You Honor the Fallen?

So, how is your Memorial Day shaping up? Heading to the pool or the beach? Having friends over for a barbecue? Or maybe catching that sale at the car dealership?

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Finding God’s Fingerprints

Our challenge as people of faith is not just to believe in miracles, but to look for them and to point them out to the miraculous world around us.

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Lessons from Iowa Classroom Bear Fruit in the Vatican

“Human Rights: A Christian Primer” has become a standard on the subject. Since its publication, Johnson has engaged many religious leaders and diplomats on religious freedom and human rights.

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